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Napa Valley's vineyards are in "climate crisis," winemaker says
Between heat waves, droughts and wildfires, the grapes of California's wine region are suffering nature's wrath. Producers are trying to adapt.
How to be a winemaker
According to winemaker Elizabeth Vianna, making wine is more scientific and less romantic than most people think.
How Charles Shaw wine became Two Buck Chuck
It wasn't always cheap, and it wasn't always sold by Trader Joe's.
Napa Valley insists: It's in California, not Texas
A loophole allows out-of-state winemakers to use the prestigious name if the grapes were imported.
Study says Napa Valley immigrants pay their way
A new study reveals that immigrants in Napa Valley, Calif., get out of the system about as much as they pay into it, despite rumors to the contrary.
In Napa, civic leaders try to grow a Hispanic middle class
California community takes an innovative approach to move Hispanic immigrants up the economic ladder